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CSPAN
Jul 2, 2011 6:00am EDT
just about charlie bolden but also the future of nasa. it is about the vision of president barack obama and some harsh budgetary realities. with more than 18,000 employees, nasa runs 10 field centers. because global leadership through strategic and international relationships. it has a rich history. hamas the most as a play has been the space shuttle liftings. the shuttle program now in thing and no immediate replacement in sight. some critics are skeptical about what nasa may become. there are building on the strength of nasa working with their partners. it is important to see what makes our speaker tick. in a couple of weeks, he will begin the third year as nasa's administrator. a retired major general. he was named administrator by the president in 2009. the pentagon insisted that he was to liable to them and would not allow him to receive and employment by president george bush. they say he has a passion for education and they try to inspire young people. his father taught history during the second world war. and he was naturally involved in sports. he met his future bride whe
FOX
Jul 10, 2011 11:00pm PDT
on a second look, see how pilots practiced how to land it. watch nasa over haul shuttle atlantis in california. revisit one of the shuttles most successful missions. and is this the future? millionaires waiting on the wings to stake on manned space flights -- wings to take on manned space flights. finally tonight the first american ever to orbit the earth and how decades later he became the oldest person ever to fly into space. all straight tonight on a second look. good evening i'm julie haener and this is a second look. on april 12, 1981 american space travel entered a new era. now that era is ending as atlantis flies its last mission. 37 of those missions have been to travel to and from the international space station. in 2001, on the eve of the 20th anniversary of that flight, ktvu's science editor john fowler took this look at how pilots train to fly it. at a cost of $2 billion each, the shuttle isn't officially national asset. from launch to reentry almost all the flight is computer directed. >> we got the airport sight. >> reporter: but every approach and landing is flown ent
CSPAN
Jul 8, 2011 5:00pm EDT
inherently governmental piece is hard and in our case, we are trying to focus nasa not on the low earth orbit parts of it but the harder stuff. you know i think it is really exciting. there is one other rationale for why we do some of these things and i look separately at the space station at a little different rationale. one of the things that i have not appreciated when i was serving in the clinton administration, we went through hard choices in bringing the russians to the table. but when communication suddenly shut down when there was a coup in moscow effectively and all the communications channels had broken down, what actually was amazing that the communication channels that have been built around the space station actually rose up to help us create a back channel for communications to help move things forward. i do think that the international cooperation on some of this is extraordinarily valuable and underappreciated. >> i would like to make one point about, to akel first jim's point about how this is an exciting time and i think this goes back to what happened in the last 20 y
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2011 2:00pm EDT
than that, because what the contract signed to date by nasa, and if the figures are correct, it is close to $750 billion, and they will have to use this for another four or five years, but they are hoping that the commercial can take over. there is a second space race beginning beginning, tamron, between space-x who thinks they can convert the dragon aircraft to carry astronauts and boeing which has the cst-100 spacecraft, and if these two can deliver the astronauts up there, that will take a lot of pressure off of nasa. >> and quickly before i let you go, you have talked to a lot of people here, and what did this mean today for the folks here? >> well, for the folks who are left, if this contract can be let for what they call the heavy lift, the usls, and if it can be done, it will save a lot of jobs. we are going from 6,700 down to 1,000. i was talking to senator nelson a moment ago and a lot of them want the contract announced by the end of the wheels down, so he is going to do everything that he can to make sure we get this done to that. >> we will talk about the heavy lift roc
CBS
Jul 8, 2011 12:00pm PDT
him to talk to you for a moment. thanks for that. nasa's 30 year space program turned the final page this morning as atlantis blasted off for its final mission. >> we are at the kennedy space station. >> lift off. the final lift off. the shuttle blasted off for the last time. the end of an era for the u.s. space program. >>> the space shuttle spreads its wings for one final time. >>> it quickly disappeared into the clouds not exactly the picture perfect launch that people hoped for but a remarkable achievement for nasa. the 135th and final shuttle mission. >>> the crew of four snapped photos this morning before suiting up and getting on board. usually six or seven astronauts fly. since this is the final flight, there's no back up shuttle. >>> people gathered to watch the final launch and be part of u.s. space history. >> it's so sad this is the last one. >> it will delivery a year's worth of supplies to the space station. >>> a flawless launch. >>> for more than 50 years the u.s. has been in the front of man, space exploration, for now that time is over, but nasa will be working to m
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2011 11:00am EDT
canaveral, florida, where in less than 20 minutes nasa is scheduled to send the last space shuttle into orbit. the crew is on board, and they are all fueled up. they are ready to go. and mother nature is cooperating right now. this countdown is being held at t minus nine minutes from lift-off. the crew and all their support staff are going through their final checklist. the lift-off, which was threatened, as i said, by bad weather, is scheduled for 11:26 eastern time. my colleague tamron hall, host of msnbc's "news nation," is watching it all front and center from kennedy space center in florida. she's going to be anchoring our live coverage from there. also nbc's tom costello is going to be there as well with tamron. but let's start with tamron. mother nature finally cooperating, as i know, huh? >> you know, thomas, i'm taking a deep breath because i think you're right. we are seeing a window here. the excitement is building. as you mentioned, i'm with nbc's tom costello. and tom has in one ear our mission control, if you will, in new york counting us down. he also has nasa and th
CNN
Jul 8, 2011 6:00am PDT
political news 24/7 at cnn/politics.com. >>> it's a historic day for nasa as it gets added drama from mother nature. live pictures now of "atlantis" on the launch pad at kennedy space center. shuttle program's final flight scheduled to blast off in just a little bit more than two hours. but the weather? pretty iffy. cnn's john zarrella and chad myers are there. john, let's start with you. nasa say they are a go for the launch right now, right? >> reporter: yeah. for now. you know, what would a shuttle launch be, kyra, if it wasn't for a weather issue, right? i recall back in 1988 on the first flight after the "challenger" accident, the flight of "discovery," we were here. it looked like this. no way they were going to go. right before launch, the skies parted. it was clear blue. and "discovery" took off and then 30 minutes later, it was all cloudy again. i think nasa is saying, look. we are going to count this down. we think we've got an opportunity to get off the ground. that's what they are saying. and that is what they are going to go ahead and do. the crew is on board. all four as
CNN
Jul 9, 2011 4:00am EDT
nasa ace next great adventure be and could commercial space travel be on the horizon? here's a special report from cnn's john zerella, "beyond atlantis: the last frontier". >>> main engine start. >> shuttle has cleared the tower. >> the spacecraft that launches like a rocket and lands like a plane. >> touchdown. >> the beginning of a remarkable era. >> what we did in shuttle over 30 years dwarfed what was done in the apollo era. >> but 135 missions later, the space shuttle program is being eliminated. what's next for nasa? >> mars isn't 20 years in the future for the last 30 years. >> and could commercial space travel be on the horizon? >> hello. i'm john zarrella. and this is the space shuttle atlantis. on the 17th of may it rolled from the orbiter processing facility to the vehicle assembly building a quarter mile away. the last time a shuttle would make the journey. a glorious, sometimes tragic era one step closer to the end. but was it worth it? three decades in low earth orbit not venturing outward. >> folks, how are you doing? >> if you asked the man commanding the last shuttle f
CNN
Jul 8, 2011 11:00pm PDT
an end? what will nasa ace next great adventure be and could commercial space travel be on the horizon? here's a special report from cnn's john zerella, "beyond atlantis: the last frontier". >>> main engine start. >> shuttle has cleared the tower. >> the spacecraft that launches like a rocket and lands like a plane. >> touchdown. >> the beginning of a remarkable era. >> what we did in shuttle over 30 years dwarfed what was done in the apollo era. >> but 135 missions later, the space shuttle program is being eliminated. what's next for nasa? >> mars isn't 20 years in the future for the last 30 years. >> and could commercial space travel be on the horizon? >> hello. i'm john zarrella. and this is the space shuttle atlantis. on the 17th of may it rolled from the orbiter processing facility to the vehicle assembly building a quarter mile away. the last time a shuttle would make the journey. a glorious, sometimes tragic era one step closer to the end. but was it worth it? three decades in low earth orbit not venturing outward. >> folks, how are you doing? >> if you asked the man com
CNN
Jul 3, 2011 8:00pm EDT
: but 135 missions later, the space shuttle program is being eliminated. what's next for nasa? >> you know, mars has been 20 years in the future for the last 30 years. >> reporter: and could commercial space travel be on the horizon? >>> hello. i'm john zarrella, and this is the space shuttle "atlantis." on the 17th of may, it rolled from the orbiter processing facility to the vehicle assembly building a quarter-mile away. the last time a shuttle would make the journey. bringing a glorious, sometimes tragic, era one step closer to the end. but was it worth it? three decades in low earth orbit not venturing outward. if you ask the man commanding the last shuttle flight -- >> it was a successful program. we essentially have command of low earth orbit. >> reporter: if you ask the men who walked on the moon -- >> once you've been to the moon, staying home is not good enough. i'm an exploration guy. i want to go where man has never gone before. before gene, the last man to make his walk on the moon a journey, man had a reusable spacecraft. >> i have a model of the shuttle. >> reporter: fro
CBS
Jul 8, 2011 4:30am EDT
program may not end exactly the way nasa had expected. rain is in the forecast and it is threatening to delay the launch of the shuttle "atlantis." >> here is a live picture of atlantis. a lightning strike near the launchpad caused a brief flurry of concern. nasa engineers determined the spaceship is a-ok. joel brown has more on the shuttle program which first took off in 1981. >> launch teams are not working issues right now. >> space shuttle "atlantis" is getting fueled up and ready to go. >> countdown has resumed. >> reporter: this morning, nasa moved ahead with its final launch despite a bleak forecast. >> i wish i had better weather for you but we'll have a 70% chance due to the showers and thunderstorms we expect in the area. >> heavy rain pounded the region thursday in a lightning strike near the launchpad sparked concern before they determined there was no damage. they'll haul food and supplies to the international space station to keep it stocked through 2012. >> rain or shine, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to be here when atlantis finally takes of
Univision
Jul 21, 2011 6:30pm PDT
sÓlo unos": >> con este capÍtulo se marca el fin de la historia de los trasbordadores pero para la nasa es sÓlo el comienzo. desde cabo caÑaveral, julie ferrer. >> ahora que los transbordadores para los museos en la nasa va a alquilar naves rusas para enviar tripulaciones y carga a la estaciÓn internacional, pagando $ 63 millones por personas. pero varias empresas norteamericanas privadas estÁn fabricando sofisticadas naves especiales para ese mismo servicio a la nasa en un negocio que promete ser de alto vuelo. >> la nasa ya no serÁ el jefe sino el cliente. la agencia federal contratarÁ a seis empresas privadas que serÁn las versiones espaciales de fed ex y taxis amarillos. llevarÁn 40 t de suministros a la estaciÓn internacional en la misma tripuladas. loarÁn en 20 vuelos por $ 3.500.000.000, probablemente a fin de aÑo. >> la ventaja que existe es que rebajar mucho el costo, ya que son vehÍculos mÁs pequeÑos y versÁtiles y no tienen la misma capacidad pero es un costo mÁs barato. >> pero llevar astronautas y turistas de paseo al espacio tomarÁ entre 5:04 aÑos más. e
CBS
Jul 8, 2011 7:00am EDT
ready for liftoff, the shuttle "atlantis" and its crew are all set as nasa watches the weather. storms threatening to delay the final space shuttle mission. we're live with complete coverage of the scheduled launch. >>> deadly chase, a grand rapids, michigan man, goes on a deadly rampage. he takes hostages, and then his own life. >>> and stop the presses, rupert murdock's company shuts down a london newspaper accused of widespread phone hacking as its former editor who became a spokesman for britain's prime minister is arrested, "early" this friday morning, july 8th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> and good friday morning to you from the kennedy space center, i'm erica hill. you're looking at a live picture there of launch pad 39a and of course the shuttle atlanta as we prepare to watch and countdown to the final mission for nasa's shuttle program. good to have you with us. chris wragge is in new york. good morning my friend. >> good morning. the shot looks great. we need a little cooperation from mother nature, right? that's if. the only thing holding us back this morning.
CNN
Jul 8, 2011 8:00pm EDT
? what will nasa's next great adventure be? here's a special report from john zarrella "beyond "atlantis,"" the next frontier. >> we want the main entrance. >> shuttle has cleared the tower. >> a spacecraft that launches like a rocket and lands like a plane. the beginning of a remarkable era. >> what we did dwarfed what was done. >> when 135 missions later it is being eliminated. what's next? could commercial space travel be on the horizon. hello. i'm john skah real la. this is the space shuttle "atlantis." on the 17th of may it rolled from the orbiter processing vehicle to the center a quarter mile away. bringing a glorious, sometimes tragic era one step closer to the end. but was it worth it? three decades in low earth orbit not venturing outward. >> folks, how are you doing. >> hey. >> reporter: if you ask the man commanding the last shuttle flight -- >> it was a successful program. we essentially have command of low earth orbit. >> it has landed. >> reporter: if you ask the men who walked on the moon -- >> once you've been to the moon, staying home is not good enough. i'm an explorat
CBS
Jul 18, 2011 6:30pm EDT
four privately owned companies in a nasa competition to build a successor to the space shuttle. >> it's very much like the shuttle but much, much, much smaller. >> reporter: dream chaser would be one 40th the shuttle size, a sort of space taxi designed to carry up to seven astronauts, dock with a space station and then return to earth. nasa's helping to fund the companies. sierra nevada got $100 million in seed money. voss, a former nasa astronaut, went on five space missions. >> do you feel any sensation of motion there? >> i did. >> reporter: now he's helping sierra nevada develop a reusable winged spaceship he says will do a better job of returning people and science experiments to earth. >> after six months of the space station, landing gently is much better than landing national guard the capsule and for science return, if we return them to the earth and it's not a gentle landing, we could destroy the science return and it's of no use. >> reporter: but dream chaser's competitors took a very different approach. they're all 1960s style crew capsules. boeing, space x and blue
FOX
Jul 11, 2011 5:30am EDT
ground. . good morning joel d. good morning patrice, (ad libb the flights are run by nasa..... that's right, the natiooal aeronautics and "space" administration is conndcting theee flights to better maa out and maybeeeven "control" air quality. their right over the skies here. &p and the plane looks like is nasa's our engine "p-3b it, flying very ow over he howard uiniiersity campus in beltsville. it flew in a as low as 1000 eet over tees - site sooon theeground,, scientists and studentt could measure prepare precise peasuremmnts... like pollution and ooone samplingg . 3 not good forr ur lungs." quick- "we're able to monitorralso the atmosphere. we are able to launch ballooos to provide us information on rofiles f relative humidity, of temperature of zone." here's a look at the fllght patttrn... notice the fliggt here's a look at here's a look at the flight pattern... notice the circles pver ooeeof the areas? phht's where they rr doing those corkscrews to gee extra meaaurementt. but thhs ii huge area. sunday's ozone levels were above 77 &pparts per billion...in he codeeyel
KOFY
Jul 21, 2011 11:30am PDT
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WETA
Jul 11, 2011 7:00pm EDT
with former astronaut mae jemison, former nasa official eric sterner and "newshour" science correspondent miles o'brien. >> ifill: and jeffrey brown visits an art exhibit that unravels the mysteries of chinese temples dating back to the 6th century. >> this is a story of ancient history and the littest technology. and for you mystery and csi fans, yes, great treasures have been lost and an investigation is ongoing. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> oil companies have changed my country. >> oil companies can make a difference. >> we have the chance to build the economy. >> create jobs, keep people healthy and improve schools. >> ... and our communities. >> in angola chevron helps train engineers, teachers and farmers; launch child's programs. >> it's not just good biness. >> i'm hopeful about my country's future. >> it's my country's future. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy productive life. and with the ongoin
Univision
Jul 21, 2011 7:00am EDT
orgullo. >> mucha gente piensa que de nasa va a cerrar las puertas y eso es mÁs lejos de la verdad. >> vamos a hablar de todo esto. >> bien temprano comenzÓ la transmisiÓn con fÉlix y sacha. >> un momento histÓrico y haberlo compartido con este hombre que es una maravilla. >> despuÉs se los presto durante el resto del programa. >> oigan, srs. en instantes veremos nuevamente la emociÓn de ese gran partido que anoche jugÓ nuestra selección, digo nuestra selecciÓn porque soy venezolano, la vino tinto y los guaranÍes de paraguay. se tomÓ vino tinto y tererÉ. >> sufrieron hasta el final. ta ame >> fue sin dudas un encuentro ganador a paraguay. y ahora se va a enfrentar a la selecciÓn de uruguay. las doy guay. y fue un partido muy emocionante, trÍstemente para los venezolanos no siguieron... >> para nosotros ha sido uno de los grandes logros, jugaron como campeones y como debe ser. [ aplausos ] >> y como campeona se siente ahora ana patricia gonzÁlez que estÁ con una asignaciÓn especial. >> vamos a pasar con todo lo que acontece para esta noche. ¡muy buenos dÍas! >> ¡
CNN
Jul 8, 2011 6:00am EDT
that means a 30% chance it is going to go. to work for nasa and be around here you have to operate as an optimist. we'll be checking in with you through the course of the morning. to all of you out there, space might be the final frontier but none of the "star trek" films made the list of top five space movies on cnn.com. not sure why that is. "the right stuff" 1983, a nasa oriented space movie "star wars" 1977, "aliens," flash gordon, some of you are showing your age, "2001, space odyssey." what's your favorite space movie and why. send us an e-mail, send us a tweet or tell us on facebook. >> don't tell us yours. i have mine. >> i have mine. i bet ours is the same. >> i don't know. if it is i will be very shocked. >> all right. we'll see. >> see you later, ali. >> we're going forward with new details on the casey anthony i guess deliberation is over, but how long she'll stay in jail, that changed. it's now nine more days than when we first heard about it yesterday after the sentencing. she was sentenced yesterday to four consecutive years behind bars for lying to police. with her
PBS
Jul 24, 2011 3:30pm PDT
curtain down on the nasa space shuttle, a 30-year program. it began with nasa's first shuttle launch april 12th, 1981, 30 years ago. last year president obama gave nasa a new space challenge. launching american astronauts on space exploration journeys to asteroids and eventually to mars, all to be engineered through the private sector. nasa will provide limited seed money to the private sector. >> so the point is what we're looking for is not just to continue on the same path. we want to leap into the future. we want major break-throughs, a transformative agenda for nasa. >> the space private sector is not wasting any time picking up where the u.s. space shuttle left off. for example, a california co space shuttle left off. for example, a contract worth cp billion. space ex has developed a capsule called dragon and a rocket called falcon 9. private sector companies like space spa are keeping nasa alive and in space. president obama hopes that partnering with the private for greatest space fearing nation, as president kennedy termed us. >> question. sat good idea to outsource american space
FOX
Jul 11, 2011 9:00am EDT
fllghts areerrn by nasa... that's right, the national aeronnuticssand "ssace" administration is &pconducting these flights to better mmp oot and maybe eeen "control" ir quality. their flight path yesterdayy - took it right over theeskies &phere. 33 and the lane looks like &thiss the massive plane turbo-prop". and this was -3 it, flying very low over thee howard uiniverssty ccapus in corkscrew patteen t altitudes as low as 1000 feet over the &psite so on the ground, scientists ad students could measure prepare precise peasureeents... like pollution and ozone sampling. . 3 &p3 oyola says "there's a lot of small parricles 3 suspended in the atmosphere, - most of them from pollution. grrat impact on air qualiit." coverrd end. eed. herr's a look at the flight pattern... nntice the & circlls over some of thh areas? that's where they are doing those corkscrews to pet extra measuremmnts. but phis is huge aree. &psunday's zooe levels wwre pbove 78 partt per - billion...in the code yellow zones.. , .. will hell improve the ability of satellites to detect pollution nnar the ground...so - t
MSNBC
Jul 21, 2011 5:30am EDT
right now on "way too early" and this is a live look at the images given to us by nasa right now. you can see the path of the shuttle "atlantis," the final shuttle mission for the united states, ending 30 years of manned space flight. and listen to this. in the course of 30 minutes, this path is going to take high above central america, across the gulf of mexico, just going to be a little west of cuba as they do this. they will land at runway 15 at kennedy in florida. bill karins is with us. this is ideal weather right now. >> it's perfect. everything's going well. it's past kind of the critical point. as the shuttle comes in, it has to go through our atmosphere and that's the most dangerous part. that's when the heat tiles take the most abuse and i think it's past that point. it's now passing cuba and about to head over florida. then it will do a bunch of high-speed turns to lose some of its momentum as it approaches the runway. the sun's coming up, you couldn't ask for a more picturesque morning for the last shuttle landing ever. obviously the heat is the big story, yesterday oppres
FOX
Jul 8, 2011 6:00am EDT
looking at the roads for the morning commute. >>> and nasa's shuttle flight set for lift off this morning. but weather may change the plans, fox 5 morning news continues rice now. >>> straight up 6:00, live look over the area. you know, it could look better but not too bad and guess what hey? it's friday. there you go, it's friday. july 8th, 2011. good morning and thank you for waking up for fox 5 morning news. my name is allison seymour. >> and i'm sarah simmons. but first big news this morning. >> we told you about it out there, the commuters, traffic alert. major tie-ups on the bw parkway are now clear. a carjacking investigation at kenilworth avenue had a southbound section closed the morning. it reopened an hour ago. u.s. park arrested one suspect who bailed out of the stolen car around 2:30 this morning and they're looking for at least one more. the carjacking started at anne arun dell county. >>> a serious accident shut it down at 197. a car carrying four people somehow crashed and ended up in the woods. at last word all four were in critical condition at a local hospital. no word
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2011 8:00pm EDT
. >> will nasa go where no one has gone before? star trek legends george takei and nichelle nichols share their roles with the program as the final shuttle mission is underway. later, the surprising results about a study of men, women, and sex. the stereotypes being shattered. e the future of business. in here, inventory can be taught to learn. ♪ machines have a voice. ♪ medical history follows you. it's the at&t network -- a network of possibilities... committed to delivering the most advanced mobile broadband experience to help move business... forward. ♪ with new extra-strength bayer advanced aspirin. it has microparticles, enters the bloodstream faster and rushes relief to the site of pain. it's clinically proven to relieve pain twice as fast. new bayer advanced aspirin. nbc's coverage of the launch of the first shuttle in 1981 was called columbia, the shuttle beg begins, the program got the okay from richard nixon. the first orbitor was supposed to be called constitution, but star trek fans convinced it to be called the enterprise. george takei and nichelle nichols react next.
Univision
Jul 21, 2011 6:30pm EDT
trasbordadores pero para la nasa es sÓlo el comienzo. desde cabo caÑaveral, julie ferrer.cin >> ahora que los transbordadores para los museos en la nasa va a alquilar naves rusas para enviar tripulaciones y carga a la estaciÓn internacional, pagando $ 63 millones por personas. o univise privisionh@ eamerih@s sticadaves eiales h@noticiero un ser de alto vuelo.h@noticiero un >> nasa o será el noero unionh@v nno el nte. genciah@noticiero @ y s amars.ivisionnoticiero univn llevaruniviÁn 40noe sumiero unrn estaÓn inacionaunivh@noticieron bajar o el c, ya q sonÍcumÁqueÑos verÁtileunno tieh@la misciero capah@d peroun cosÁs barato. tuas de o al eio ivistronauh@y rÁre 5:Ños más.isionh@unh@notic@ el gigante aeroespacial boeing esperatrasportar pasajeros en una cÁpsula unh@noticiero univin el modelo mÁs original h@ticier la firma blue origin.isionh@h@to h@la idea de subcontratar es inirlo eploraÓn a h@ ticiergares ivisiÁs leh@s comot stema r.h@ticierivisioh@ seÍa notiuna nuo univ geneÓ vehículos espaciales que esperarÍan h@notv n estaÓn inacionacia lamadoacio pndo univisnoer
ABC
Jul 21, 2011 6:00am EDT
thousands of nasa employees in this area. >> mike kineeen joins us now. >> that's the word of the day, a bittersweet. there was some cheers at staff at nascom operations center at goddard experienced this the final landing of the shuttle atlantis. they manage communications between the shuttle and the johnson center and kennedy center's. late last night, the four astronauts aboard the space shuttle close to the payload bay doors and they had perfect weather for this landing and was a perfect landing. the business of short distance space travel will be in the business of private company as nasa turns to the space exploration be on the moon. let me bring in the chief scientist at goddard. >> aside from the communications with the international space station, spacecraft around the moon we're mapping away future destinations. we're also communicating with voyager ii as we plan the future. we're going to mars with robots. we'll go back to deep space for the first time in a generation. nasa still has a very bright future. >> we are hearing the thousands of people will be getting pink slips
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